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Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Taxi Line Banned At NAIA For Trying To Steal OFWs Cash

MIAA General Manager Ed Monreal warned that should negative reports involving white taxis persist, he will be imposing a ban on them and they will not be allowed to enter and pick-up passengers around Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA). 
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MIAA Director General Ed Monreal warned that should negative reports involving white taxis persist, he will be imposing a ban on them and they will not be allowed to enter and pick-up passengers around Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA).  Advertisement         Sponsored Links       Taxi line Queensmen has been banned from picking up passengers at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) after one of its drivers tried to speed away with an overseas Filipino worker’s (OFW) bag stashed with Php60,000 worth of belongings.  An official from the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) confirmed the banning of the whole fleet of taxi under Queensmen following the charges filed against one of its drivers, Rodel Ormillo, reported Inquirer.  Speeding away with OFW’s cash  OFW Catalina Prado, a laser technician from Oman, arrived at NAIA on July 16 and rode a white taxi, driven by Ormillo, to Muntinlupa City.  Prado and Ormillo, however, had a misunderstanding regarding the Php1,700 fixed fare and agreed to drop the OFW off to transfer to another cab.  While unloading her bags, Prado noticed that one of her bags, a black backpack containing her cash and belongings, is missing. She immediately ran towards to taxi but the driver sped away.  Prado reported the missing bag to the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) Intelligence and Investigation Division (IID) to trace the taxi driver.  The Airport Police were able to locate Ormillo in San Isidro, Rizal but he denied taking the bag. Upon further questioning, the taxi driver later admitted leaving the bag in a friend’s house.  Ormillo is currently facing robbery charges before the Pasay City’s Prosecutor’s office.    Prado, meanwhile, commended the airport officials for helping her retrieve her cash.      READ MORE:  Find Out Which Country Has The Fastest Internet Speed Using This Interactive Map    Find Out Which Is The Best Broadband Connection In The Philippines   Best Free Video Calling/Messaging Apps Of 2018    Modern Immigration Electronic Gates Now At NAIA    ASEAN Promotes People Mobility Across The Region    You Too Can Earn As Much As P131K From SSS Flexi Fund Investment    Survey: 8 Out of 10 OFWS Are Not Saving Their Money For Retirement    Can A Virgin Birth Be Possible At This Millennial Age?    Dubai OFW Lost His Dreams To A Scammer    Support And Protection Of The OFWs, Still PRRD's Priority

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After one of their drivers attempted to run away with the bag of an overseas Filipino worker’s (OFW) containing cash and valuables amounting to Php60,000, the whole fleet of the taxi line Queensmen has been banned from picking up passengers at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA). The ban is confirmed by an official from the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA).

 On July 16, OFW Catalina Prado, a laser technician from Oman, arrived at NAIA and rode a white taxi 
to Muntinlupa City, driven by Rodel Ormillo. However, the OFW and the taxi driver did not agree about Php1,700 fixed fare. The driver agreed to drop the OFW to transfer to another taxi.

While unloading her bags, Prado noticed that 
a black backpack containing her cash and belongings is missing. She immediately ran towards to taxi but the driver sped away.

After reporting about the missing bag to the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) Intelligence and Investigation Division (IID), the Airport Police were able to locate Ormillo somewhere in San Isidro, Rizal but he denied taking the bag but later admitted that he left the bag in a friend’s house.

Ormillo is now facing robbery charges before the Pasay City’s Prosecutor’s office.
Prado commended MIAA officials for helping her retrieve her belongings.
MIAA Director General Ed Monreal warned that should negative reports involving white taxis persist, he will be imposing a ban on them and they will not be allowed to enter and pick-up passengers around Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA).  Advertisement         Sponsored Links       Taxi line Queensmen has been banned from picking up passengers at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) after one of its drivers tried to speed away with an overseas Filipino worker’s (OFW) bag stashed with Php60,000 worth of belongings.  An official from the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) confirmed the banning of the whole fleet of taxi under Queensmen following the charges filed against one of its drivers, Rodel Ormillo, reported Inquirer.  Speeding away with OFW’s cash  OFW Catalina Prado, a laser technician from Oman, arrived at NAIA on July 16 and rode a white taxi, driven by Ormillo, to Muntinlupa City.  Prado and Ormillo, however, had a misunderstanding regarding the Php1,700 fixed fare and agreed to drop the OFW off to transfer to another cab.  While unloading her bags, Prado noticed that one of her bags, a black backpack containing her cash and belongings, is missing. She immediately ran towards to taxi but the driver sped away.  Prado reported the missing bag to the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) Intelligence and Investigation Division (IID) to trace the taxi driver.  The Airport Police were able to locate Ormillo in San Isidro, Rizal but he denied taking the bag. Upon further questioning, the taxi driver later admitted leaving the bag in a friend’s house.  Ormillo is currently facing robbery charges before the Pasay City’s Prosecutor’s office.    Prado, meanwhile, commended the airport officials for helping her retrieve her cash.      READ MORE:  Find Out Which Country Has The Fastest Internet Speed Using This Interactive Map    Find Out Which Is The Best Broadband Connection In The Philippines   Best Free Video Calling/Messaging Apps Of 2018    Modern Immigration Electronic Gates Now At NAIA    ASEAN Promotes People Mobility Across The Region    You Too Can Earn As Much As P131K From SSS Flexi Fund Investment    Survey: 8 Out of 10 OFWS Are Not Saving Their Money For Retirement    Can A Virgin Birth Be Possible At This Millennial Age?    Dubai OFW Lost His Dreams To A Scammer    Support And Protection Of The OFWs, Still PRRD's Priority



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